When Nadiya Mamo stepped into a room on the fourth floor of the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, memories came flooding back. “I could smell the streets of Aleppo, I remembered the colour of the light in my room at dusk,” said the 46-year-old Syrian. “And I remembered how the city that used to be my home turned into living hell within just 48 hours. I think I am only now beginning to understand what that means.”
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